By Valley Business Journal
Temple Beth Sholom is holding an Open House on August 17th for Jewish and Jewish Interfaith families. Everyone is invited to learn about the various programs offered by Temple Beth Sholom. There will be the opportunity to discuss the upcoming High Holiday Services for Rosh Hashanah, which begins on Wednesday Night, September 24th and Yom Kippur, which begins on Friday Night, October 3rd. Temple Beth Sholom provides a variety of educational programs, social events, and holds services each Friday Night at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday Morning at 10:00 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom is a conservative congregation which Student Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein describes as “a Conservative Temple, but with a Modern Twist.” Temple Beth Sholom is seeking to reach potential new members, both Jewish and those of Jewish Interfaith families in the Temecula Valley area. The Temple is a member of United Synagogue and provides many programs and is actively engaged in an outreach program, known as Keruv, which is designed to provide a means for Jewish Interfaith families to participate in Jewish life and bring Judaism into the home.
Temple Beth Sholom is a 48-year old congregation which recently moved to Temecula from Sun City. It is the only Jewish congregation in the area that is a member of United Synagogue. Jewish and Jewish Interfaith families are invited to meet members of Temple Beth Sholom, and its clergy, Rabbi, Cantor Jeff Schwimmer and Student Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein. Temple Beth Sholom is the only Conservative Temple in the Temecula Valley with an ordained Rabbi.
Membership dues to belong to Temple Beth Sholom are only $250.00 per person, per year, which is the lowest temple membership in the Temecula Valley. Membership also includes a seat for the High Holidays. If one cannot afford the dues, Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein has made it clear that no Jewish individual will ever be turned away due to an inability to pay.
Temple Beth Sholom is located at 26790 Ynez Ct., Suite B, in Temecula and leases space in the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Building. For more information visit www.tbstemecula.org Rabbi, Cantor Jeff Schwimmer and Student Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein invite everyone to stop by to meet us and have a nosh.